This divorce has been the hardest obsticle I have ever faced. My ex filed for a divorce and in one month we were divorced. I feel I lost my two children, a son who is 8 yrs old and a daughter at 10yrs. I always spent time with them in school activities, outdoors riding bikes, fishing, camping, and swimming. I get them 3 days out of 9 but feel I don't get them enough. I can't control any of my emotions. My ex tells me that she wasn't happy anymore and wanted out. She says that my kids are real lucky to have an excellant father who devotes his time with them. This don't help the big void in my life because I still care for her. The loneliness of not seeing the children as often and going to a empty house has broken me up where is hard to function. I been to counseling but it don't help much. Thanks for caring
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